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no, not taking up slack - reducing the throw/how far away the lever is from the grip. With my palm on the grip, I have to grab the lever by the tips of my fingers... reaching like that is raping the shit outta my hand. So I was just thinking of shimming the hinge so it'd be closer, you know?

If there's no slack to be taken up, putting washers between the lever and perch (on the cable? I'm not sure I understand this) is going to have your clutch partially disengaged at all times.

Is this for the SV you just bought (I think)? If so look into pazzo or crg adjustable levers.
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If there's no slack to be taken up, putting washers between the lever and perch (on the cable? I'm not sure I understand this) is going to have your clutch partially disengaged at all times.

Is this for the SV you just bought (I think)? If so look into pazzo or crg adjustable levers.

Would depend on where the clutch disengages right? On my DRZ I couldn't do what daishi is saying but my KLR has tons of room before the clutch releases.
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If there's no slack to be taken up, putting washers between the lever and perch (on the cable? I'm not sure I understand this) is going to have your clutch partially disengaged at all times.

Is this for the SV you just bought (I think)? If so look into pazzo or crg adjustable levers.

Depends on how much room I have to adjust the clutch. I'm not totally dumb you know. And yeah, it's for the SV. CRG doesn't make a lever for the bike, and I didn't check out Pazzo too thoroughly at the moment.

And damn it, why is a single lever $100?

I'll think of something, I suppose.
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Depends on how much room I have to adjust the clutch. I'm not totally dumb you know. And yeah, it's for the SV. CRG doesn't make a lever for the bike, and I didn't check out Pazzo too thoroughly at the moment.

And damn it, why is a single lever $100?

I'll think of something, I suppose.

Get the ebay pazzo knock offs....Because the consensus of the people who bought them ( including me) is that they are pazzos with out the label on them. Mine were identical to every machining mark and used identical hardware.

This is identical to the ones I got.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/BRAKE...t_14813wt_1014
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Oooooo! I might have to invest in a pair once I perform my brake upgrade. While I have long fingers, it still stresses me wrists reaching for the clutch and brake levers on my bike.
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Get the ebay pazzo knock offs....Because the consensus of the people who bought them ( including me) is that they are pazzos with out the label on them. Mine were identical to every machining mark and used identical hardware.

This is identical to the ones I got.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/BRAKE...t_14813wt_1014


But $18 shipping with a month wait huh? Oh you silly chinks/whatever derogatory name for people from HK.

God, there are typos and engrish all over that page.

Not to mention 3 positive feedback. Yikes. Guess I'll wait and see if a slightly more reputable chinese man sells those.

edit: aw yeah - http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Clutc...item43a03378b9
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I found out today that my rearsets are made by BRG Racing, a local company... I already knew that my subframe and tank brackets were, but it's always cool to find more things.


I was also told (by them) that my subframe uses rather thin tubing, and that if I drill holes through it and use nuts on the backside to mount things that I'll be prone to collapsing the tubing when I torque the nuts down
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Best starter bike ever

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Best starter bike ever

Honda XR50 at 5 years old.

Our club has kids that are roadracing on those at 7
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Just gonna leave this right here:

http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/ce7...eatured_videos
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guess I should've posted that here as well as barf
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guess I should've posted that here as well as barf

Was it you who posted that? Didn't even notice.

Credit goes to you then, that's where I found it.
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